It’s all about gaming, isn’t it? Maybe not, depending on how much you like to play games. One has to admit that gaming has gained more popularity in the recent years. This can be due to so many reasons, but I think we can agree that the fast-paced development of mobile phones and tablets has played a huge role.
Whether you’re talking about Android devices or gadgets that run on iOS, the fact is that mobile gaming devices (though that gaming may not be the primary/original purpose) have become ubiquitous. This also gave way to the expansion of the gaming audience. While it used to be that gaming was for those who dedicated a lot of time, effort, and money to the activity, now everyone and their mom can relate. (Oh, and add the grandparents as well!)
We’ve taken a look at the largest mobile gaming networks today, together with smartphone market, and the info is summed up neatly in an infographic.
Did you know that there are 1.08 billion smartphones today? Even more remarkable is the data that tells us that smartphones are used mainly for gaming! Playing games takes a whopping 61%, leading all the other activities that people engage in using their smartphone.
Want to know more? Take a look at the infographic to find out statistics about Open Feint, Game Center, and lots more.
Jackie Green is always gaming. Whether it is on her PC, her iPhone, or her iPad, she will always find time for a game or two. In her spare time, she works in infographic design.